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October 3, 2007
Janeiro Tucker has again been hauled before the Bermuda Cricket Board disciplinary committee after an incident during a league match last month.
Tucker, who is player/coach at Southampton Rangers, faces charges of displaying unsportsmanlike conduct during his side's Premier Division match against Cleveland County at Southampton Oval on September 9. He is alleged to have shouted obscenities towards Hector Watson, the umpire, after being dismissed.
Earlier this year Tucker received a three-match ban after a similar incident, and he was also punished for swearing in 2002.
Despite this latest incident, he was included in Bermuda's 15-man squad for the tour of Kenya and UAE.
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